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Attraction of the week: Fortress Explorations at Tokyo DisneySea

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Published: January 14, 2013 at 2:21 PM

Some of my favorite theme park attractions don't offer a narrative -- instead, they offer well-themed spaces that inspire your imagination and invite you to become a participant in your own story within that time and place.

Think of Dave Cobb's wonderful story about the high school kids

By creating a space that made me -- and countless other visitors -- fall in love with science and discovery all over again, Fortress Explorations well earns a nod as an Attraction of the Week.

Readers' Opinions

From Tony Perkins on January 15, 2013 at 7:31 AM
That's a simply sublime theme park attraction, so immersive and fun to explore.
Next time you're in Tokyo, visit the Studio Ghibli Museum, I think you would enjoy exploring it.
From 206.29.182.166 on January 15, 2013 at 9:00 PM
Perfect example of how a great theme park attraction can exist without any movie franchise as the basis of the theme. This is exactly the type of attraction that Walt would've built, such as Tom Sawyer island and the Swiss family Robinson tree house.

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